When you are a relative - parent, sister, brother, friend - to a person with a disability, you are so used to the difference that you end up forgetting about it. And even, sometimes, laughing about it.
If this is the case in most families where disability is part of the everyday life, it is the cinema that has shown us the best examples. Clearly portrayed by the now cult "No arms, no chocolate" of “Intouchables” (The french movie that was later revisited in the US with “The Upside”).
In the new campaign designed by Cap 48 and Air, we asked disabled persons and their families to replay cult scenes from movies that have helped changing our view of disability. Replayed with pleasure, emotion and very communicative laughter. To be shared without embarrassment, discomfort or complexes.